The Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police is proud to present
Superintendent Grant St. Germaine of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Lifetime Achievement Award
Superintendent St. Germaine began his career with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1977 after obtaining his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Acadia University. He has served in Newfoundland, Alberta, Nunavut, Afghanistan, and Saskatchewan.
Throughout his career, Grant engaged with the community he was policing by developing and maintaining strong relationships. He provided optimal policing and served as a role model to his peers.
For example, because of his passion for the outdoors, he helped found a Search and Rescue Unit in Vegreville, Alberta and became the RCMP SAR Coordinator for northern Alberta. In Nunavut, by developing meaningful relationships with Inuit elders, Grant was able to implement community conferencing and develop school programs to assist youth. Superintendent St. Germaine received the Nunavut Commissioner’s Award for his community involvement. Once posted to Saskatchewan, Grant promoted and enhanced the Northern Drug Strategy, Search and Rescue capabilities, and the RCMP commitment to communities. Superintendent St. Germaine served in Afghanistan as a senior police advisor in 2011. He currently works out of Prince Albert as the North District Commander.
Grant has given distinguished service to the people of Canada and abroad throughout his career with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The Saskatchewan Chiefs of Police are proud to recognize Superintendent Grant St. Germaine with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Chief Troy Hagen
President, Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police